Roads from Childhood to Temples of Science
Oskar Vogt was born on April 6th, 1870 in Husum, a small town in Schleswig-Holstein, which was annexed by Prussia and then incorporated into the German Empire of the Kaiser. Being the oldest of five siblings, at the age of 9 he lost his father, a Lutheran minister of modest means, who died in his seventies. All of these facts have a potential bearing on the development of Oskar’s personality.
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